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Rhythm Of The Road lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, this is a good country song recorded by George Strait.
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Rhythm Of The Road Recorded by George Strait Written by Dan McCoy
C I'd rather be home F C But I make my livin' on the go
Big silver eagle spreads her wings D7 G7 And drops us at another show
C I think about holdin' my baby tonight F C As I listen to the big wheels roll Am Three days into a six week tour D7 G7 C Gettin’ in the rhythm of the road
We pick and sing F C Say goodnight and we'll be flyin'
My world's a chain of one night stands D7 G7 Strung together by the center line
C I don't know where I'll wake up tomorrow F C But I can't let the tempo slow Am Every town is just another beat D7 G7 C Livin' in the rhythm of the road
F The rhythm of the road's got a mind of its own
If you find it it'll drive you insane C Like the clackity-clack of a railroad track G7 C I'm rattlin' like an old freight train
F Towns are flashin' by the folks are wavin' hi
They all start to look the same D7 Gotta stop for a minute be glad I'm in it G7 Remember just why I came C Those highway signs F C Lord they keep me on the move
I think about givin' it up sometimes D7 G7 And gettin' in a different groove
C But I just let the days slide by F C Get goin' with the flow Am A 4/4 beat's the only time I keep D7 G7 C Livin' in the rhythm of the road
Am A 4/4 beat's the only time I keep D7 G7 C Livin' in the rhythm of the road
D7 G7 C Livin' in the rhythm of the road
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